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Description: Brothers Roy (left) and Earl (right) Lichtenberg, are the 4th generation of Lichtenbergs to live on this farm. The farm, at W1918 McArthur Road (Section 17...
Description: Arnold and Bernice Lifke were married 59 years ago, when Arnie returned from serving in the Marine Corp in the SW Pacific. They have lived on the farm most...
Date: 1920 ca.
Description: Advertisement for the "Tracover," a tractor garage, in the "Yuba Bulletin". The illustration shows a farmer beside a Yuba tractor next to a "Tracover" buil...
Description: Milton and Adeline Retzlaff live a mile west of Theresa at W1346 Hwy 28 (Section 9). The Retzlaff's, who will be married 60 years in August, last milked co...
Date: date unknown
Description: A road crew repairs a street.
Description: The Retzlaff's own this antique potato planter, which was purchased from Ed Radke, a long time Theresa resident.
Description: A group of men and women pack cherries on a bench made of planks and sawhorses. Fruit crates are stacked on the ground and in the back of a nearby truck. O...
Date: 1906 ca.
Description: Cover of an advertising catalog for International Harvester's line of Champion harvesting machines. The cover features an illustration of a stylized window...
Description: Vernon and Alice Beck and son, Milan, live at W1057 Zion Church Road (Section 34). Their silo is 98 years old and the barn is 150 years old.
Description: Unionized slaughterhouse workers of the P. Brennan Company of Chicago.
Description: Advertising poster for McCormick-Deering corn planters, drills, and cultivators. Features color illustrations of a basket of corn and farmers using a horse...
Description: Two men stack seed corn in racks after removing it from bushels at an International Harvester demonstration farm.
Date: 1899 ca.
Description: A farmer in a jacket and hat operates a horse-drawn mower in a field. The horses are pulling the mower down a path that appears to have been mowed already;...
Description: A man drives an International Model F (or 31) truck operated by H.E. Chapman Coal Company and Lehigh Cement.
Description: Striking members of Packinghouse Workers Local 392 in Baltimore getting ready for Children's Day on the picket line. Frank McCarty, of the UPWA, is about...
Description: William R. "Bill" Kinney (1912-1978) behind the bar of the White Front Tavern. Bill and his brother Howard Kinney owned the bar from 1948-1956. Three unide...
Date: 1950 ca.
Description: Man in a field operating a McCormick Farmall H tractor with attached plow, either at or near the company's experimental farm in Hinsdale.
Date: 1934 ca.
Description: Three Ideal Body Company employees standing on and around a car. Possibly in the Ideal Body Company shop on Park Street.
Description: Postcard of farmers operating grain binders in Mexico. Includes a color illustration of two grain binders pulled by oxen or cattle. Original caption reads:...
Date: 1874 ca.
Description: The Sjur Starkson Reque home. From left to right, seated, are Martha Reque, Mari Reque Lee, Brita Reque Quale, Nels Lee and Ole Quale. Standing are Anna Ma...
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